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Can time machine (eg. TARDIS) bring a person zapped into the past by Weeping Angels back to the future? Why are the victims always stuck in the past?

For example (Spoilers),

In "Blink":

Once he got TARDIS back, the doctor can always rescue the policeman that got zapped into 1969 (since at the time he got zapped, there is no fixed point in time yet).

Although this might lead into different storyline where he won't die old in that hospital + bring doctor's message to Sally, but then again the doctor can just find any random guy in 1969 to deliver the message to Sally..

Once The Doctor got the TARDIS back he could rescue the policeman that got zapped into 1969 (since at the time he got zapped, there is no fixed point in time yet). Although this might lead into different storyline where he won't die old in the hospital + bring doctor's message to Sally, the doctor can just find any random guy in 1969 to deliver the message to Sally.

In "The Angels Take Manhattan":

We saw Rory's and Amy's tomb that says they died at the age of 82 and 87 -> fixed point in time; but there wasn't any note/mention on how they died / lived the past -> no fixed point in time. Therefore the doctor can just go back to the past & rescue them.

Afterwards, when Rory is 82 / Amy is 87, the doctor can bring them back into the correct year so that you can have a nice tomb that says Rory/Amy died at the age of 82/87 in 2012.

We saw Rory's and Amy's tomb that says they died at the age of 82 and 87 -> fixed point in time; but there wasn't any note/mention on how they died / lived the past -> no fixed point in time. Therefore the doctor can just go back to the past & rescue them. Afterwards, when Rory is 82 / Amy is 87, the doctor can bring them back into the correct year so that you can have a nice tomb that says Rory/Amy died at the age of 82/87 in 2012.

Can time machine (eg. TARDIS) bring a person zapped into the past by Weeping Angels back to the future? Why are the victims always stuck in the past?

For example (Spoilers),

In "Blink":

Once he got TARDIS back, the doctor can always rescue the policeman that got zapped into 1969 (since at the time he got zapped, there is no fixed point in time yet).

Although this might lead into different storyline where he won't die old in that hospital + bring doctor's message to Sally, but then again the doctor can just find any random guy in 1969 to deliver the message to Sally..

In "The Angels Take Manhattan":

We saw Rory's and Amy's tomb that says they died at the age of 82 and 87 -> fixed point in time; but there wasn't any note/mention on how they died / lived the past -> no fixed point in time. Therefore the doctor can just go back to the past & rescue them.

Afterwards, when Rory is 82 / Amy is 87, the doctor can bring them back into the correct year so that you can have a nice tomb that says Rory/Amy died at the age of 82/87 in 2012.

Can time machine (eg. TARDIS) bring a person zapped into the past by Weeping Angels back to the future? Why are the victims always stuck in the past?

For example,

In "Blink":

Once The Doctor got the TARDIS back he could rescue the policeman that got zapped into 1969 (since at the time he got zapped, there is no fixed point in time yet). Although this might lead into different storyline where he won't die old in the hospital + bring doctor's message to Sally, the doctor can just find any random guy in 1969 to deliver the message to Sally.

In "The Angels Take Manhattan":

We saw Rory's and Amy's tomb that says they died at the age of 82 and 87 -> fixed point in time; but there wasn't any note/mention on how they died / lived the past -> no fixed point in time. Therefore the doctor can just go back to the past & rescue them. Afterwards, when Rory is 82 / Amy is 87, the doctor can bring them back into the correct year so that you can have a nice tomb that says Rory/Amy died at the age of 82/87 in 2012.

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Can time machine bring a person zapped into the past by Weeping Angels back to the future?

Can time machine (eg. TARDIS) bring a person zapped into the past by Weeping Angels back to the future? Why are the victims always stuck in the past?

For example (Spoilers),

In "Blink":

Once he got TARDIS back, the doctor can always rescue the policeman that got zapped into 1969 (since at the time he got zapped, there is no fixed point in time yet).

Although this might lead into different storyline where he won't die old in that hospital + bring doctor's message to Sally, but then again the doctor can just find any random guy in 1969 to deliver the message to Sally..

In "The Angels Take Manhattan":

We saw Rory's and Amy's tomb that says they died at the age of 82 and 87 -> fixed point in time; but there wasn't any note/mention on how they died / lived the past -> no fixed point in time. Therefore the doctor can just go back to the past & rescue them.

Afterwards, when Rory is 82 / Amy is 87, the doctor can bring them back into the correct year so that you can have a nice tomb that says Rory/Amy died at the age of 82/87 in 2012.